“Every leaf speaks bliss to me, fluttering from the autumn tree.”
Images of autumn, full of color, of red leaves and blue skies, crystallized moments in photos taken between October and November.
Telling the autumn in Vancouver, that blooms in October and fades in November, when come the rain and the first cold.
I spent (almost) all these autumn days among Mount Pleasant, where we live now, Gastown, where I work, and False Creek, between Olympic Village and Charleson Park, where we like to go with Peter to stroll along the seawall and to look at the sun shining on the glass towers and on the water.
October is the best month to visit Vancouver if you want to admire the fall foliage, with a still mild temperature and (usually) just a few rainy days.
About my first two autumns in Vancouver: